Management 5.0 to accelerate Ghana’s development agenda
Management 5.0 is a programme to enhance the performance and productivity of individuals, organisations, businesses and governments.
A copy of the document made available to the Ghana News Agency in Accra by the Foundation said Management 5.0 would revitalise Executives, Professionals, Entrepreneurs, Workers, the Unemployed and Tertiary Students worldwide to turn their thinking to eradicating poverty, unemployment, corruption, conflict, crime, violence, debt, sickness and climate change.
“Management 5.0 is inspiring people to think into the future of business so as to create prosperity for themselves, organisations and the society.
“It is the ultimate management, leadership and entrepreneurial training for everybody, as well as the ultimate tool for governments to sustainable achieve the 17 UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs),” the document said.
Management 5.0 will handle topics such as how to avoid waste, ignorance and greed, how to sustainably enhance performance and productivity, how to achieve individual organisational, national and global prosperity, and how to make society a better place for all.
The document said a 15-year study of performances and challenges confronting 194 countries show that “Poverty, unemployment, corruption, conflict, crime violence, debt, sickness and climate change are everywhere”.
“The performance of each country depends on how well the country avoids waste, ignorance and greed in everything they do.
“The level of poverty, unemployment, corruption, conflict, crime, violence, debt, sickness and climate chance in each country depends on the performance of the country and therefore on the level of waste, ignorance and greed in the country.”
The GFSWC is collaborating with a number of institutions to provide Management 5.0 Education and Training across the country.
Management 5.0 Education and Training would initially target Board Directors, Chief Executive Officers /Managing Directors, Human Resources Managers, Corporate Planning Managers, Finance Managers and Accountants.
The rest are General Managers, Internal Auditors, Procurement Managers, corporate executives as well as entrepreneurs in the private and public sectors.